After gaining access to a powerful administrative account, the researchers could perform all sorts of tasks inside Reviver, the sole company that sells the digital plates in California.
Remember TomTom? It’s still around, just another tech company laying people off.
Privacy researchers have found that it’s possible to find out the precise location of Yik Yak posts, potentially exposing users to doxing or stalking.
The move comes after Motherboard reported that apps working with a location data vendor called Huq were collecting data even when users opted-out.
On the large canvas that is Singapore, their legs are their paint brushes, and GPS trackers their ink.
A company that sells GPS ankle bracelets and helps Chicago law enforcement run a program to monitor people under house arrest leaked “an enormous amount of private information.”
A 2013 report, newly unearthed under access to information laws, shows how GPS is vulnerable to disruption.
The company, STCS, uploaded a constantly updating list of GPS coordinates in Saudi Arabia, China, and west Africa.
Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap the eighth episode of the final season of the realistic hacking show.